Breakfast Quesadilla or Breakfast Wrap? Oh – the choices…

Luba sings a tune called “Let it Go” that fits with the purpose of this blog – to change our conventional ways of looking at breakfast. “Uniformity, Conventionality, Is the fate of our existence. Keep it safely at a distance.” Today – I offer you two simple breakfasts with essentially the same ingredients, with lots of options to make it yours, and to try time and time again… Each recipe links to the other, so you can try both and see which recipe and music you prefer today and tomorrow! Luba – for quesadilla; Jann Arden – Breakfast wrap… you pick!

Breakfast Quesadilla

Time: 10 minutes

Makes 1

Music Selection: Luba – Let It Go


1 Tbsp olive oil

2 small tortilla shells

½ cup grated cheddar

2 slices of ham or chicken

Optional: finely diced red onion, red pepper, green pepper, spinach, tomato


Sour Cream

(If you want to use these ingredients to make this as a wrap instead -try the Breakfast Wrap)


On tortilla, place a bit of cheese to cover the tortilla (if cutting calories, you can skip cheese here and just put it in the later step). Then place ham to cover the tortilla.

If you want to add other toppings, do so now, but don’t put too much or it will be difficult to flip the quesadilla later. Put a little extra cheese on the ham. Put the other tortilla on top.

In skillet, heat a little oil. Place tortilla on skillet and heat until it gets crispy brown. Take a big flipper and gently flip the quesadilla. Let it brown on the other side.

Remove from heat and cut into 4 triangles. Serve with salsa, sour cream and a side of fresh fruit.

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